La Vista Hakodate Bay
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... is another 100 meters below the sea bed)
The max gradient is 1:12
It is a double line
Pretty impressive. ( eat your heart out Len Brown)
Got to Hakodate with plenty of time to climb Mt Hakodate ( 334 meters) and see the city below, both in the daylight and at night. Luckily I lived by the maxim " don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today" as the weather hasn't been so great today (Tuesday) and the mountain has ...
Yesterday was the first full day of our cruise, we explored the ship and tried to get our bearings. Our cabin is quite roomy with plenty of space to putt things. Today we have pulled into the port of Hakodate, and we have come ashore to wonder around and check things out. A very old quite city compared to Tokyo. The first place we checked out was the markets (mainly fish) we ...
... on stools so that you still had a pretty good view. The cable cars themselves were very big. No seats everyone stood and on the way down we were really packed in. Someone in our group thought that each car could take 120 people but we don't know if that is true. Whatever the number, it was a lot. Dinner had been booked at the ryokan for 7:30 pm. We didn't change for dinner as we couldn't because apart from nightwear and toothbrushes all our stuff was ...
... corners was a bit tough since your machine couldn't really dig in on the ice. One great thing.......no governors on the engines! These machines would really move out!
After some fun at the snow festival it was time to board the train back to Hakodate and enjoy some lunch!
Lunch was a traditional Hakodate style ramon known as "salty ramon". It didn't ...
... clean, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 15px; ">I set to explore the city but it rained all day unfortunately. I wanted to go up the mountain but there was simply no view and so not worth the effort. All pictures are taken with the go pro so as not to wet the multi million dollar camera ;-)